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*************** ST. MARY'S ***************
Sunday 8:00am, 10:00am in English,
12:00pm Misa en español
No Mass on Mondays
Tuesdays: 6:00pm
Wednesdays: 10:30am
Thursdays: 10:30am
Thursdays: 6:00pm (Misa en español)
Fridays: 10:30am (Except 3rd Friday: 9am)
Saturdays: 9:00am

Tuesdays 4:00pm
Wednesdays 9:15am
Thursdays 9:15am
Fridays 9:15am (except Third Friday of the month)
First Friday of the month: 11:15am - 8:45pm Benediction
Saturdays: 7:45am

Tuesdays 4:00pm to 5:45pm
First Friday: 6:00pm to 8:45pm
Saturday 9:30am (after Mass)

*************** ST. ANNE'S ***************
Saturday Vigil Mass: 5:30pm
Reconciliation: Saturdays 4:30pm

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  •  Praying together
  • Growing in authentic faith
  • Reaching out to all of our brothers and sisters.   


  • Orar juntos 
  • Crecer en fe autentica  
  • Mostrar amor y compartir la fe con todos nuestros hermanos y hermanas en el mundo.


WELCOME to our two churches!


St. Mary's Church Image

4200 88th St. NE, Marysville. WA 98270  (CLICK HERE FOR MAP) 

Ph: 360-653-9400

For Emergency anointing of the sick you can call:360-421-7989
Para uncion de los enfermos de emergencia, usted puede llamar al: 360-421-7989

ST. ANNE'S MISSION at Totem Beach - Tulalip

St. Anne Mission Image    

7231 Totem Beach Rd, Tulalip, WA 98271 (CLICK HERE FOR MAP)

Here you can find many opportunities for everyone to grow spiritually and to HAVE FUN AND FELLOWSHIP!



- To be a reflection of Christ to all 

- Ser un reflejo de Cristo para todos

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Adult Formation


Watch Formed.Org.
Use our parish LINK to access great Catholic videos, movies, talks and more!
St. Mary-St.Anne now has its own FORMED link to register, that is easier than the code!!
Get great material to help building your faith. (Videos, movies,  and much more)
Visit this source without frequently!
Santa Maria y Santa Ana tienen ahora un nuevo enlace propio para FORMED para registrarse, que es mas facil que el codigo!!
Opten acceso material  valioso para ayudarte construir tu fe. (Videos, peliculas, y mucho mas)
Visita esta fuente frecuentemente!

Interested in becoming Catholic, or know someone who is?

Contact Selena at the office (360) 353-9400 to get some of your questions answered and find out about the process and how we can make that happen! 



Please come and join us at St Mary at 6:00am MASS for nine consecutive days,

starting  December 16th and ends on December 24th.

Mark Your Calendars!

December 25
Christmas Day Mass 9 am

at St Anne. 

Brunch Following in Hall
RSVP Diann Mize 360-658-0181

If you are interested in contributing to our
poinsettia and Christmas Tree fund at St Anne,
please contact Joan Topash

An Advent Prayer

God of light and hope, look upon us in love and fill us with the Spirit of Jesus that we may Love You and serve You in Your kingdom.

Protect us during this season and keep us watchful in prayer as we await the coming of our Lord, Jesus Christ, who is the light of the world, and Who lives and reigns with You and the Holy Spirit, One God, forever and ever. Amen. 

St. Anne is under construction!

Please be patient as our contractors work on the bell tower and the hall.

Come check out the St. Anne Bazaar!

Saturdays Nov 30—Dec 21 from 12-5

Great Gift Ideas!

 December 12/9/19

  • Inmaculada Concepcion 10:30am


12/12/18 Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe

  • Mañanitas 5:00am
  • Rosario 5:00pm
  • Obra 5:30pm
  • Misa 6:30pm
  • Celebracion 7:30pm




The Future of the Very Young
That every country take the measures necessary to prioritize the future of the very young, especially those who are suffering.




Universal: Para que cada país decida tomar las medidas necesarias para hacer del porvenir de los más jóvenes una prioridad, sobre todo el de aquellos que están sufriendo.

Los invitamos a la Novena de La Virgen del 3 al 11 de diciembre a las 7pm.

En las puertas de la Iglesia hay mas información del Programa del día de Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe.


Pastor's Page

Father Peter Mactutis
Parish Priest 


Dear Parishioners,

Let’s pretend it took the Magi four weeks to journey to Bethlehem. That means that we are beginning ...


...To read the rest of the message, please click HERE !




Fr. Peter’s puts his weekly homilies on his YouTube channel: padremactutis.


Página del Párroco

Padre Peter (Pedro) Mactutis




Estimados Parroquianos,

Supongamos que a los Reyes Magos viajaron por cuatro semanas a Belén. Eso significa que nosotros estamos comenzando ...


... (para leer resto del mensaje, por favor presione AQUI !)




Do you know the history behind the Advent wreath?

We can trace the origins of the Advent wreath back to pagan tradition. Pre-Christian Germanic people lit candles and placed them in wreaths during the darkest days of winter as a sign of hope for the light that would come with Spring time. Throughout history, the use of the wreath was adopted by Christians (probably during the Middle Ages) as a way to prepare for the light Christ brings during the Christmas season.

The Advent wreath is wrapped in rich symbolism. The wreath itself is shaped in a circle, a reminder of the eternal existence of God. The evergreen branches that circle many wreathes remind us that we look forward to an eternal life with Christ. Holly leaves, which have a distinct pointed look, remind us of the crown of thorns from Christ’s passion. Red berries bring to mind the blood of Christ.

According to tradition, the Advent candles themselves also have a variety of meanings. Some traditions hold that there are four candles to represent the 4,000 years between the time of Adam and Eve and the birth of Jesus. Another tradition states that the first candle reminds us of the message of the patriarchs, the second calls to mind the prophets, the third symbolizes the call of John the Baptist, and the fourth represents Mary’s role in Salvation history.

The colors also hold special meaning. The purple colored candles remind us that Advent is a time of sacrifice and preparation. The pink candle is lit on the third week in Advent to remind us of the joy Christ brings when He returns. Did you know that each candle has a special meaning, too? Each week, the different Advent candles bring to mind certain virtues that can aid us in our journey to the manger. Here are the four meanings behind each candle in the wreath! Hope, Faith, Joy and Peace!

Written by Chloe Langr



How do we Evangelize?

We evangelize by equipping our parish to walk with people through the entire path of discipleship.


The center: A personal connection to Christ!

You cannot give what you do not have. All evangelization is always the overflow of our personal connection to Christ. “The primary reason for evangelizing is the love of Jesus which we have received….What kind of love would not feel the need to speak of the beloved, point Him out, make Him known?” - Pope Francis, Evangelii Gaudium, 264


The Driver: Person to person accompaniment.

The Church will have to initiate everyone - priests, religious and laity - into this ‘art of accompaniment’ which teaches us to remove our sandals before the sacred ground of the other.(Evangelii Gaudium,169) The church has many names for what Pope Francis called “accompaniment” - apprenticeship, mentoring, sponsorship. Regardless of the vocabulary that we use, Person to person accompaniment is at the heart of evangelization. “The parish must provide formed disciples who can accompany those who are returning to the Church and guide them throughout their journey. Apprenticeship links an experienced Christian believer or mentor with one who seeks a deeper relationship with Christ and the Church.” (National Directory of Catechesis) Person to person accompaniment is the most universal way to evangelize people, people evangelize people. Evangelization is always incarnational in nature.

“ At this Chrstmas when Christ comes, will He find a warm heart? Mark the season of Advent by loving and serving the others with God’s own love and concern.”

St. Teresa of Calcutta

Liturgical Moments

Advent is a word with Latin roots.

It means "approach" or "coming." But what is Advent, really?
Advent is the beginning of the new liturgical year for the Roman Catholic Church.

On the first Sunday of Advent, which begins on December 1st this year, the Church celebrates its own kind of New Year's Day.

Advent begins each year on the Sunday closest to November 30th, which is the feast day of Saint Andrew the Apostle.

Sometimes people mistakenly think that Advent is part of the Christmas celebration. But actually, Advent is a time of preparation all its own.

Christmas doesn't actually begin until the first Mass is celebrated on Christmas Eve, and then we enter the beautiful season of Christmas and Christmastide.

Advent is given to us as a time to prepare our souls for the coming of the Lord. This season is very similar to Lent, so its nickname is the "Little Lent."

In our current culture, we are tempted to skip over the penitential aspects of Advent and focus on the joy of Christmas. This is a great tragedy.

Focusing on the joy alone denies a crucially important truth: that the Christ Child is Our Lord and Savior, Who will suffer and die for our salvation.



Who are the Leaders of Each Ministry here at St. Mary, and how can I contact them? 

Office email: [email protected]

  • Head Of Sacristans: David Baqui
  • Head of Lectors: Charlotte Maine
  • Head– Eucharistic Minister: Yolanda Marsh
  • Head– Alter Servers: Tina Do
  • Eucaristic Minister to Home Bound: *Please call the office*
  • Grand Knight (KOC): William Cardona
  • Legion Of Mary: Kevin Boldt
  • El Shaddai: Jonna Valencia
  • RCIA (Becoming Catholic): *Please call the office*
  • Hispanic RICA: Liana Pricer
  • Grupo de Oracion: Myriam (Lupita) Escalante
  • Marriage Preparation: Myriam (Lupita) Escalante
  • Confirmation Program/Youth Group: Selena Vergara
  • Matrimonios Lideres: Graciela Acevedo
  • Guadalupanos: Elsa Diaz
  • Quince Prep/Hispanic Lectors/Lectores: Graciela Rios 

Office Hours

Monday to Friday
- 8:30AM to 5:30M (closed Tu-Fr during Mass time)

1st & 3rd Sundays
Between Masses until 2pm

Summer hours for the office are:
Tuesday-Friday 10:00am-6:00pm
El horario de oficina durante el verano es:
Martes-Viernes, de 10:00am-6:00pm

Email: [email protected]

St Mary's


For Sacristans Schedule October to December 2019, please click  HERE




Liturgical Calendar

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Calendario Hispano


Weekly message from your St. Vincent de Paul conference for St. Mary's and St Anne's

There is an Advent spirit in the heart of every human person. It is one of longing, of yearning for a fulfillment that somehow lies beyond ourselves; for we long for the coming of the Lord.

As you put your gift to the Society of St. Vincent de Paul, your heart will discover the true meaning of Christmas as you help those who are suffering and poor to long for the coming of the Lord.

 St Vincent De Paul meets every second Monday of the month, in room 1B at 6:30 p.m, and every forth Sunday at 9AM. Everyone is welcomed!

Mensaje semanal de su conferencia de San Vicente de Paul de Santa Maria y Santa Ana

Existe un espíritu de Adviento en el corazón de cada persona. Es uno de anhelo, deseo de darnos cuenta que de alguna manera, se encuentra más allá de nosotros mismos; porque esperamos la venida del Señor.

Al poner su donación la SOciedad de San Vicente de Paúl, su corazón descubrirá el verdadero significado de la Navidad mientras ayuda a aquellos que sufren y son pobres a esperar la venida del Señor.

St Vincent De Paul se reune cada segundo Lunes de cada mes en el salon 1B a las 6:30 p.m. y los cuartos domingos a las 9AM. Todos son bienvenidos!